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We work with forests, so care about the environment.

Maderas Pascual conforms to environmental quality standards and prioritizes caring for and protecting natural resources.

We are concerned about our environment.
Wood is a renewable, but not infinite, resource, so it must be managed responsibly. It is for this reason that all our timber comes from forests managed by public entities with a strong commitment to sustainability and concern for the environment.
The PEFC label guarantees the traceability of all our products, from the original forest to the end consumer, ensuring that its source is legal, reliable, and managed according to the sustainability standards required for certification.

The consumer plays a vital role in the fight against timber poaching by demanding products with forestry certifications. The PEFC seal, guaranteed by Maderas Pascual, involves an evaluation protocol according to the regulations of the European Union, which rules out wood products from companies, regions, and countries from which there is a high or significant risk of purchasing poached timber, noncompliance with forestry laws, corruption, lack of transparency, or armed conflict.


When choosing an eco-friendly material, wood is always a good option.


Because of its physical, mechanical, and aesthetic characteristics, it's easy to reuse, either for the same purpose for which it was initially intended or for something completely different.


Wood is an easily recyclable material. In Spain, the percentage of wood that is recovered and returned to the production chain as raw material is very high, around 75 percent.


Good forest planning and management and a smart approach to cultivation ensure a stable, healthy, and durable forest, beneficial to the populations that make use of or enjoy what it has to offer.

Source of energy

Finally, wood becomes an excellent source of energy through combustion. All waste material is utilized, both from used products and residuals from manufacturing and forest cultivation.

Negative CO2 footprint

Timber absorbs CO2 and stores it during its entire useful life at a much percentage than the gas emissions entailed when it is processed industrially. What's more, forests themselves absorb CO2.

A carbon footprint is “the totality of greenhouse gases emitted by the direct or indirect effect of an individual, organization, event or product”. The most common greenhouse gas is CO2.


The correct organization of manufacturing processes can achieve major changes in resource consumption.

Modern machinery

We work with energy-efficient equipment, with the lowest possible energy consumption per unit of work in compliance with current particulate emissions regulations.

Reactive energy

Thanks to an electrical system comprised of capacitator batteries, we managed to counteract the reactive energy that is generated during the manufacturing process, avoiding the transfer of unproductive energy.

Energy efficiency

We monitor energy consumption in real time with access to information that allows us to plan production in such a way as to minimize energy consumption and losses due to inefficient processes.


We take advantage of the waste generated during production to create energy through combustion, using the waste in our kilns for seasoning wood and heating.


To the extent possible, we repair broken components that have been replaced and store them for future use.